Restaurant doubles as a nonprofit to mentor, train justice-involved youth

“The moment that I met these eight young men, I felt an incredible sense of shame because I realized that I had stereotyped them,” Houser said. “I remember seeing eight bright-eyed, happy, excited young men. Every single one of them looked me in the eye when they spoke to me. Every single one of them called me ‘sir.'”

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